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23 Apr 2014 at 7:58pm
Games grouped by start times and listed alphabetically by home team. Listed times are local followed by Eastern.

23 Apr 2014 at 7:55pm
People get jacked for the release of the NFL schedule. So do we. And though lots will change ? even before we get to training camp ? there are some definite must-see games on the schedule. Our challenge? Narrowing it down to one key one per week. Here goes nothing: Week 1 Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks C'mon. It's the season-opener. Even with quality games elsewhere on the schedule ? including Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos hosting his former team, the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night ? you can't go away from this one. Props to the NFL for pitting the Seahawks and Packers, combatants in one of the league's most controversial games in recent seasons, and not backing down from that talk. That's uncharacteristic of the league. Week 2 Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens The NFL wasn't going to give CBS, which paid a fortune for the Thursday night package, a dud game. Sure, maybe this hasn't been the epic rivalry it was, say, 4-5 years ago, but there is no love lost between these two hard-nosed clubs. There's no added or especial juice to the rivalry this time around, just your garden-variety hatred ? and a solid content between two talented teams that should compete for the AFC North crown. Week 3 Broncos at Seahawks Look, we easily could have picked DeSean Jackson and his new Washington Redskins team heading up to face his former club, the Philadelphia Eagles. But who moves the needle more than Manning and a Super Bowl rematch in Seattle? The question on everyone's minds: If it was 43-8 Seahawks on a neutral field, what will it be with the 12th Man in the house? What could make it more interesting are Denver's defensive additions, led by DeMarcus Ware, Aqib Talib and T.J. Ward. The Broncos will be seeking whatever revenge there is to be gotten from a regular-season game, and the Seahawks will seek to pummel them once again. Fun stuff. Week 4 Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears A rematch of the NFC North-deciding game in Week 17 at Soldier Field, but Bears-Packers always carries special weight. Both teams will be in the running for a division crown once more, and there's an interesting plot twist to the rivalry: Julius Peppers, once a plum free-agent signing of the Bears, now comes in as a visiting member of the Packers. But it's a loaded week, with a slate that includes Steve Smith's Ravens facing his former Carolina Panthers team in Baltimore, an excellent matchup fo the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles and several other quality matchups. Week 5 Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers In something of a blah week on paper, we think Alex Smith's return to San Francisco is an interesting story. With talk of the Chiefs wanting to extend Smith long term, and Colin Kaepernick perhaps a year from hitting the market, it stirs up talk of Jim Harbaugh's decision to trade Smith for a pair of draft picks, including a second-rounder in a few weeks. Smith flourished his first season in K.C., and Kaepernick almost led the 49ers to a second straight Super Bowl. Beyond that, this should be a solid game of teams that won 11 and 12 games, respectively, a year ago.

23 Apr 2014 at 7:40pm
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23 Apr 2014 at 7:31pm
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23 Apr 2014 at 7:19pm
Dwayne Allen spent months envisioning the day he could get back to work for the Colts on the practice field. Pro Bowl receiver Reggie Wayne says he's feeling good about his recovery from a torn ACL in his right knee, though doctors have instructed him to wait until training camp to give it a full go. Running back Vick Ballard, who tore ACL in his right knee in September, and his replacement Ahmad Bradshaw, who had two vertebrae fused together in his neck last October, are being monitored closely, too. Even free-agent signee Hakeem Nicks said he's feeling healthy.

23 Apr 2014 at 7:10pm
The 2014 NFL regular season schedule is loaded with marquee matchups between championship contenders.

23 Apr 2014 at 6:50pm
Now that the games have been slotted into dates and the 2014 NFL schedule is set, it's time for superlatives. What's the best game among the 256 regular-season games? What's the worst? What are the best and worst weeks of action? Who won schedule release day? Glad you asked. Here are the awards from the release of the NFL schedule on Wednesday night: Best game: With all due respect to Seattle and San Francisco, we're not getting too many more Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning games, and there's one scheduled for Foxborough on Nov. 2. And it's not just the novelty of the two greatest quarterbacks of their generation facing off again; their teams might be the two best in the AFC. That was the case last season, and then the Broncos went on an offseason shopping spree and the Patriots added the best player to switch teams this offseason, cornerback Darrelle Revis. The regular-season game last year between the two teams was entertaining. This one should be too. [Click here to see the full 2014 NFL schedule] Best game, part two ... and three: Fine, we're not leaving off San Francisco vs. Seattle. The NFC West rivals are two of the best teams in football. The NFC championship game last season was a classic. And we'll see if we get some fisticuffs between Richard Sherman and Michael Crabtree. The fact that the first meeting is on Thanksgiving almost got that one top billing over Brady-Manning. The teams meet again in Week 15, and if they're both as good as we think they are, there will be enormous playoff implications on the line. Best ... whatever, we're just adding four and five to the list of top games: Denver, Seattle and San Francisco might be the three best teams in the NFL coming into the season (yeah, New England, we see you too). Because the AFC West matches up with the NFC West this year, we get to see the Broncos against the great defenses of Seattle and San Francisco. Complain as you might that Denver can't compete with Seattle, the rematch on Sept. 21 should be better thank the Super Bowl. Keep in mind that Denver should have Ryan Clady, Von Miller, DeMarcus Ware, T.J. Ward, Emmanuel Sanders and Aqib Talib, and none of them played in that Super Bowl. Then the Broncos host the 49ers on "Sunday Night Football" Oct. 19, and it'll be fun watching Manning against that defense too. Worst game: Cleveland at Buffalo, Nov. 30. Well, something has to rank 256th out of 256. However, this game moves up from the bottom spot if the Browns land quarterback Johnny Manziel in the draft because whatever team Manziel plays for will be must-watch football every week.

23 Apr 2014 at 3:46pm
As far as Peyton Manning is concerned, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders isn't the only offensive reinforcement summoned to help Denver get another crack at winning the Super Bowl. ''It's almost like Ryan Clady was a free agent acquisition,'' Manning suggested. Clady had missed offseason workouts last year while rehabbing a shoulder injury and waiting for a new contract. Physically and fiscally sound, Clady embarked on what he expected to be a big season.

23 Apr 2014 at 2:53pm
The Bears signed running back Shaun Draughn to a one-year contract, the team announced Wednesday. The 6-foot, 205-pounder has appeared in 20 games over the past three seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs (2011-12) and Baltimore Ravens (2013), rushing for 235 yards and two touchdowns on 63 carries. Draughn played in three games for the Ravens last season, rushing for two yards on four carries. He was later released and signed with the Indianapolis Colts but played in no games.

23 Apr 2014 at 1:50pm
Running back signed to one-year deal

23 Apr 2014 at 1:09pm
A judge on Wednesday sentenced Arizona Cardinals inside linebacker Daryl Washington to a year of supervised probation for assaulting a former girlfriend who is the mother of his daughter. Now Washington, one of the team's top defensive players, will wait to see what punishment he may face from the NFL under its personal conduct policy. The 27-year-old pleaded guilty nearly a month ago in Maricopa County Superior Court to aggravated assault arising out of a May 1 argument with the woman. Authorities said Washington choked the woman and caused a fall that broke her right collarbone.

23 Apr 2014 at 12:23pm
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will drive the pace car before Saturday night's NASCAR race at Richmond.

23 Apr 2014 at 11:55am
Offensive tackles Greg Robinson of Auburn and Jake Matthews of Texas A&M took conspicuously different paths to arrive at approximately the same place when the NFL draft begins May 8 in New York. They are both expected to be among the top 10 players, if not the top five, selected in the 2014 NFL Draft. Matthews played out his full college career and is rated No. 5. Matthews is steeped in NFL history, part of a rich, glorious family heritage that goes back three generations and is still expanding across the country.

23 Apr 2014 at 5:44am
Evan Silva and Josh Norris break down every team's needs and which players fit those needs. Check out the weekly schedule.

23 Apr 2014 at 3:07am
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Albert Pujols reached 500 homers in a hurry.

23 Apr 2014 at 8:32pm
Mike McCarthy promises there won't be any bad memories plaguing his Green Bay Packers when they open the NFL season on Sept. 4 at Super Bowl champion Seattle. The last time Green Bay visited CenturyLink Field was in Week 3 of the 2012 season, a 14-12 Seahawks victory clinched on what now is often dubbed the ''Fail Mary.'' Russell Wilson's desperation pass on the final play was called a touchdown reception for Golden Tate by the replacement officials. ''It will be about the 2014 Green Bay Packers. It's the third straight season the Packers have traveled to face the defending Super Bowl champions.

23 Apr 2014 at 8:22pm
(Reuters) - The Seattle Seahawks open the defense of their Super Bowl crown and kick off the 2014-15 season at home against the Green Bay Packers, the National Football League (NFL) announced on Wednesday. The September 4 league opener will mark the Packers' first visit back to CenturyLink Field since the infamous 'Fail Mary' game in 2012 when replacement officials bungled a touchdown call in the endzone that led to an unlikely Seattle win. "Kickoff Weekend" will also feature a Monday Night doubleheader with the Detroit Lions hosting the New York Giants and the San Diego Chargers traveling to Arizona to face the Cardinals.

23 Apr 2014 at 8:08pm
"Thursday Night Football" has traditionally been similar to holding out a cup of water for a marathon runner ? they are desperate for anything to quench their thirst. The NFL knows its fans are desperate for football, and mediocre primetime matchups were traditionally scheduled on Thursday night. It is usually the one time of year struggling teams like Jacksonville, Buffalo, Oakland and St. Louis can enjoy the national spotlight. The league must have figured it's football, and you're going to watch no matter who is playing. However, that changed a bit this year after the NFL partnered with CBS to produce and televise seven games on Thursdays over the first half of the season. The NFL Network, which will simulcast the CBS Thursday games, will have seven late-season Thursday games all to itself. Also, two late-season games take place on Saturday, and this year?s schedule is banking on division rivalries to add more spice to the lineup. Green Bay will kick off the season on the road against Seattle on Sept. 4 in Week 1. That game will be televised on NBC with the Seahawks opening defense of their Super Bowl title against Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. While the Thursday opener has long featured the defending champion, the ensuing slate of Thursday games had been hit and miss. However, that slate has been upgraded. Pittsburgh will play on the road against the Baltimore Ravens on Sept. 11 in Week 2. Baltimore was forced to play its first game of last season on the road against Denver after a Super Bowl victory, but the Ravens were given two consecutive home games to start this season. Most NFL coaches don't like playing a divisional game early in the season, but Pittsburgh and Baltimore will kick off its AFC North rivalry after one regular-season game. Green Bay?s home game against the Vikings in Week 5 marks the first week a team from last year?s playoffs appears on CBS' Thursday night slate. The last matchup between Green Bay and Minnesota at Lambeau Field in Week 12 in 2013 ended in a tie (26-26). New England will host the New York Jets in Week 7, which should feature a battle of Tom Brady against Geno Smith or Michael Vick. New York is expected to determine its starter during the preseason as coach Rex Ryan faces a do-or-die season. If Ryan?s team starts off slow, this game could determine his future in New York. CBS? final Thursday game is San Diego at Denver in Week 8, another division rivalry that's also a rematch of last year?s AFC playoff game. Every one of CBS' Thursday games is a divisional game. The NFL Network takes over with New Orleans at Carolina in Week 9, followed by a slew of games with marginal interest. The most interesting game (right now) is Dallas visiting the Chicago Bears on Dec. 4. Dallas is notorious for its annual collapse in December, and if that occurs again, it could signal the end of coach Jason Garrett?s tenure with the Cowboys. In the past few years, if fans have turned on "Thursday Night Football" it was generally just because any game was on, even though the matchup usually wasn't good. This year's Thursday schedule isn't great, but it's certainly better than it has been. Here is the Thursday schedule: Week 1, Sept. 4 (NBC): Green Bay at Seattle Week 2, Sept. 11 (CBS, NFLN): Pittsburgh at Baltimore Week 3, Sept. 18 (CBS, NFLN): Tampa Bay at Atlanta Week 4, Sept. 25 (CBS, NFLN): N.Y. Giants at Washington Week 5, Oct. 2 (CBS, NFLN): Minnesota at Green Bay Week 6, Oct. 9 (CBS, NFLN): Indianapolis at Houston Week 7, Oct. 16 (CBS, NFLN): N.Y. Jets at New England Week 8, Oct. 23 (CBS, NFLN): San Diego at Denver Week 9, Oct. 30 (NFLN): New Orleans at Carolina Week 10, Nov. 6 (NFLN): Cleveland at Cincinnati Week 11, Nov. 13 (NFLN): Buffalo at Miami Week 12, Nov. 20 (NFLN): Kansas City at Oakland Week 13, Nov. 27 (CBS): Bears at Lions; Eagles at Cowboys (Fox); Seahawks at 49ers (NBC) Week 14, Dec. 4 (NFLN): Dallas at Chicago Week 15, Dec. 11 (NFLN): Arizona at St. Louis Week 16, Dec. 18 (NFLN): Tennessee at Jacksonville - - - - - - - Anwar S Richardson is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at NFLAnwar@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @AnwarRichardson

23 Apr 2014 at 7:58pm
Games grouped by start times and listed alphabetically by home team. Listed times are local followed by Eastern.

23 Apr 2014 at 7:55pm
People get jacked for the release of the NFL schedule. So do we. And though lots will change ? even before we get to training camp ? there are some definite must-see games on the schedule. Our challenge? Narrowing it down to one key one per week. Here goes nothing: Week 1 Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks C'mon. It's the season-opener. Even with quality games elsewhere on the schedule ? including Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos hosting his former team, the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night ? you can't go away from this one. Props to the NFL for pitting the Seahawks and Packers, combatants in one of the league's most controversial games in recent seasons, and not backing down from that talk. That's uncharacteristic of the league. Week 2 Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens The NFL wasn't going to give CBS, which paid a fortune for the Thursday night package, a dud game. Sure, maybe this hasn't been the epic rivalry it was, say, 4-5 years ago, but there is no love lost between these two hard-nosed clubs. There's no added or especial juice to the rivalry this time around, just your garden-variety hatred ? and a solid content between two talented teams that should compete for the AFC North crown. Week 3 Broncos at Seahawks Look, we easily could have picked DeSean Jackson and his new Washington Redskins team heading up to face his former club, the Philadelphia Eagles. But who moves the needle more than Manning and a Super Bowl rematch in Seattle? The question on everyone's minds: If it was 43-8 Seahawks on a neutral field, what will it be with the 12th Man in the house? What could make it more interesting are Denver's defensive additions, led by DeMarcus Ware, Aqib Talib and T.J. Ward. The Broncos will be seeking whatever revenge there is to be gotten from a regular-season game, and the Seahawks will seek to pummel them once again. Fun stuff. Week 4 Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears A rematch of the NFC North-deciding game in Week 17 at Soldier Field, but Bears-Packers always carries special weight. Both teams will be in the running for a division crown once more, and there's an interesting plot twist to the rivalry: Julius Peppers, once a plum free-agent signing of the Bears, now comes in as a visiting member of the Packers. But it's a loaded week, with a slate that includes Steve Smith's Ravens facing his former Carolina Panthers team in Baltimore, an excellent matchup fo the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles and several other quality matchups. Week 5 Kansas City Chiefs at San Francisco 49ers In something of a blah week on paper, we think Alex Smith's return to San Francisco is an interesting story. With talk of the Chiefs wanting to extend Smith long term, and Colin Kaepernick perhaps a year from hitting the market, it stirs up talk of Jim Harbaugh's decision to trade Smith for a pair of draft picks, including a second-rounder in a few weeks. Smith flourished his first season in K.C., and Kaepernick almost led the 49ers to a second straight Super Bowl. Beyond that, this should be a solid game of teams that won 11 and 12 games, respectively, a year ago.

23 Apr 2014 at 7:43pm
The 2014 NFL season will kick off Sept. 4 in Seattle, where the Super Bowl champion Seahawks will be honored before the boisterous 12th Man in the regular-season opener against the Green Bay Packers. A full schedule for the upcoming season -- which begins in a mere five months -- was announced by the league on Wednesday night in a primetime release show aired on NFL Network. More than two weeks before the NFL Draft is held May 8, rosters are far from set, but the subplots and storylines for the season ahead are coming together. The first Thursday in September in Seattle will be momentous, and for those who thought there was not enough gore in Super Bowl XLVI, Denver hits Seattle on Sept. 21.

23 Apr 2014 at 7:40pm
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